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Clergyman , educator

James Gallaway Hunt, American clergyman, educator.

Background

Hunt, James Gallaway was born on August 9, 1870 in Cambridge, New York, United States. Son of John Legus and Mary Angeline (Gallaway) Hunt.

Education

Graduate Cambridge Washington Academy, Cambridge, 1888. Bachelor of Arts, Monmouth (Illinois) College, 1893, Doctor of Divinity, 1906, Doctor of Humane Letters, 1946. Allegheny (now Pittsburgh-Xenia) Theological Seminary, 1897.

Studied Princeton, 1918.

Career

Ordained ministry U.P. Church, 1897. Missionary in Egypt, 1897-1917. Professor New Testament exegesis and literature in Theological Seminary, at Cairo, 1908-1917.

In office of Board Foreign Missions, Philadelphia, 1919-1920. Professor department missions and comparative religion Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 1920-1926. Supply pastor McNaugher Memorial Church.

Professor department of missions and comparative religion College of Wooster, 1926-1927. Pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Mount Vernon, O., 1927-1940. Supply pastor First Church, Canton, O., 1942, First Church, Cambridge, New York, 1942-1943.

Pastor First Church, Cambridge, New York, 1943-1948. Teacher of the Bible at summer confs. and community Bible schools. Author: Foreign Missions Handbook, 1920.

Also numerous articles in religious mags. Home: Cambridge, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Foreign Missions Handbook, 1920. Also numerous articles in religious mags.

Connections

Married Florida Pattison, August 17, 1897 (deceased). Children: Charles Wishart, Arthur Alvan, Robert Cushman, John Legus, Mary Josephine (deceased), Howard Pattison.

father:
John Legus Hunt

mother:
Mary Angeline (Gallaway) Hunt

spouse:
Florida Pattison

child:
Charles Wishart Hunt

child:
Arthur Alvan Hunt

child:
Robert Cushman Hunt

child:
John Legus Hunt

child:
Mary Josephine Hunt (deceased)

child:
Howard Pattison Hunt